Bruno Granichstaedten

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Bruno Bernhard Granichstaedten (September 1, 1879, Vienna – May 30, 1944, New York) was an Austrian composer and librettist. He composed 16 operettas and music for various films. He contributed the song "Zuschau'n kann i net" to the play The White Horse Inn. He emigrated from Austria, ending up at the United States of America in 1940, where he was only able to earn his living by playing the piano at night clubs.

Works[edit]

  • Bub oder Mädel? (Felix Dörmann and Adolf Altmann), Operette, Prologue and 2 acts (13 November 1908 Vienna, Johann Strauss-Theater)
  • Wein, Weib and Gesang (Adolf Altmann), Operette 1 act (1909 Vienna)
  • Lolotte (Bruno Granichstaedten and Alfred Schick-Markenau), Operette 3 acts (1910 Vienna)
  • Majestät Mimi (Felix Dörmann and Roda Roda), Operette (1911 Vienna)
  • Casimirs Himmelfahrt (Arthur Maria Willner and Robert Bodanzky), burleske Operette (1911 Vienna)
  • Die verbotene Stadt (Bruno Granichstaedten and Carl Lindau), Operette (1913 Berlin)
  • Der Kriegsberichterstatter (Rudolf Oesterreicher and Wilhelm Sterk), bunte Bilder vom Tage (1914 Vienna) (Music: Eysler, Granichstaedten, Nedbal, Weinberger and Ziehrer)
  • Auf Befehl der Herzogin (der Kaiserin) (Leopold Jacobson and Robert Bodanzky), Operetten-Idyll 3 acts (20 March 1915 Vienna, Theater an der Vienna)
  • Walzerliebe (Bruno Granichstaedten and Robert Bodanzky), Operette, Prologue and 2 acts (16 February 1918 Vienna, Apollo Theater)
  • Das alte Lied (Bruno Granichstaedten), Operette 3 acts (1918 Vienna)
  • Indische Nächte (Robert Bodanzky and Bruno Hardt-Warden), phantastische Operette 3 acts (1921 Vienna)
  • Die Bacchusnacht (Bruno Granichstaedten and Ernst Marischka), Operette 3 acts (1923 Vienna)
  • Glück bei Frauen (Victor Léon and Heinz Reichert), Operette (1923 Vienna)
  • Der Orlow (Bruno Granichstaedten and Ernst Marischka), Operette (3 April 1925 Vienna, Theater an der Wien)
  • Das Schwalbennest (Bruno Granichstaedten and Ernst Marischka), Alt-Wiener-Singspiel 3 acts (1926 Vienna)
  • Evelyne (Bruno Granichstaedten and Peter Herz, after Edward Philips Oppenheim), Operette 3 acts (1927 Berlin)
  • Der Dollar rollt! (Reklame!) (Bruno Granichstaedten and Ernst Marischka), Operette (1930 Vienna)

Selected filmography[edit]

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